Joe BOUSQUET (1897-1950). L.A.S., Carcassonne... - Lot 80 - Ader

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Joe BOUSQUET (1897-1950). L.A.S., Carcassonne... - Lot 80 - Ader
Joe BOUSQUET (1897-1950). L.A.S., Carcassonne 27 February 1940, to "dear comrades"; 4 pages in-8 (small crack repaired). "I read with great pleasure the fascicles of Fontaine. Fondane, Yanette Delétang-Tardif, Decaunes, de Richaud. These are excellent writers who have been made writers by the height of their souls, the custodians of language. I congratulate you for having brought together these names in a summary which, along with their texts, presents only excellent texts. Humeau's article interested me deeply. I would like to see what he saw declared with the utmost vigour. The criticism of poetry is inaugurated by the poet himself when he chooses to write his poem and deliver it to the eyes and to reflection. All that preceded was the awakening of consciousness in the words themselves, the awakening of words to the rhythmic reality of language, a magical attempt to instruct the language in what the human faculties lend it, a dehumanized awareness of the verb "... He quotes poems by Delétang-Tardif, then worries about the fate " as pure as The Dict of Padma ", then he worries about Jean Le Louët, who has been missing since August 1939 in Warsaw, and who should be found : "I can't bear the idea that this great poet might need us"...
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